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The Forgiveness Myth
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Patricia’s guest is Gary Egeberg; an author, educator, and former California state prison chaplain with an extensive background in recovery, addiction studies, and interfaith spirituality. He will discuss his new book “The Forgiveness Myth: How to Heal Your Hurts, Move on and Be Happy Again When You Can't - or Won't Forgive.” He will also discuss how the widespread notion that forgiving is the only way to heal is not true, and how we can heal without forgiving, move on and be happy again.
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The Forgiveness Myth - Part One
Gary Egeberg explains the myth of forgiveness; it is not the only way to heal. He also discusses how to handle situations when you can't forgive, what to do with resentment, how to focus on healing and addressing hurt in order to move forward with life.
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The Forgiveness Myth - Part Two
Gary shares some stories of growth and inspiration, and discusses the importance of acceptance, and living in the now moment.
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The Forgiveness Myth - Part Three
Gary talks about why self-forgiveness is so critical, and things that may get in the way of that, such as shame and remorse.
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The Forgiveness Myth - Part Four
Gary talks about reclaiming your personal power, and some self-care actions to help. He also discusses how you need to focus on yourself to heal, and how acceptance is the key to moving forward.
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The Forgiveness Myth, a bold, ground-breaking book, refutes the notion that those who have been hurt cannot recover their inner peace and happiness unless and until they forgive. The Forgiveness Myth explains why forgiving doesn’t always work and what readers can do instead to reclaim their peace and happiness. There are times when forgiving works very well, and times when an alternative approach will be more effective. Readers are encouraged to choose what works best for them.

Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Gary Egeberg
GARY EGEBERG is an author, educator, and former California state prison chaplain. With an extensive background in recovery, addiction studies, and interfaith spirituality, he works with individuals who are struggling to break free from past hurts and regrets so that they can create a new path in life. A popular speaker, Gary facilitates workshops, retreats, and seminars throughout the country on a variety of topics.

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